I have bought a desktop microphone mount (or stand) with an universal shock mount (plastic bracket). The diameter of the HyperX Solocast microphone is to wide to fit the inner ring of the shock mount so I have designed a “dummy” microphone body with a 5/8 inch screw on top (have no fitting screw/bolt around neither). (...)
First of all: this is by no means 100% “production ready”, it has its quirks to fix after printing, but it’s manageable and more or less easy too fix.
That being said, this is how it was done:
Measured the superb Diamond Select John Wick figure and decided to attach a brick wall with some neon-like electroluminescence wire as fake neon sign(s). First I had some dragon in mind, but that was too complex to pull off with EL Wire, so I looked around for other neon advertisement like images. The later found dragon head again was too finicky. But the chinese writing on the bottom “dragon” (hopefully haha) was fine. Then I stumbled over the “Tsingtao Beer” neon ad installment, which seemed doable, so I traced it in Fusion 360 to create a positive extrusion of the channels and holes needed, just like with the chinese writing before. (...)
During the current warm temperatures cold beverage can build up quite some amount of condensation on the table, especially when using glass bottles right from the fridge.
There always was quite some puddle below the (Sodastream in the picture) bottle which I was tired of so I designed these coasters. (...)
I am using a simple USB charger to charge Eneloop AA batteries near my computer, so I wanted a simple holder of some sort to prevent them from rolling around.
This base clips in place and gives storage for two AA behind the charger.
Going from there I have mashed up several versions: (...)
Modified the original to be quite a lot bigger, so it won’t waste space in my mirror wall cabinet.
Making it 4mm wider wasn’t quite nessecary, but oh well 🙂
about 120mm deep, about 120mm high (...)
I have made this quick and easily printable dual controller stand (high version) for my two 8bitdo SF30 Pros. You’ll probably need a little bit of glue to put the top and base parts together. With my printer/filament it was a tight snap fit but those are extremely random to get right. I would use glue anyway, wouldn’t want to risk this to fall apart with the controllers on 😉 (...)
I have made this quick and easily printable dual controller stand for my two 8bitdo SF30 Pros. You’ll need a little bit of glue to put the top and base parts together. 😉
3MF files are with separate meshes, if you like to change some proportions or something.
STL files are merged so you can drop them into your slicer. (...)
Modified in Windows 10 3D Builder, made the 2 slots for the HDMI/Power Plugs wider as the provided ones in the original were way to narrow for me.
REMOVED cut-outs for cleaner prints and not bombarding the poor printer with retractions. 😉 (...)
I wanted a place where I could store my spare/currently unused Fanatec wheel but did not want to just lean it against or mount it onto a wall.
So I’ve tried to create a stand similar to some of those headphone stands you can find here as well. (...)
It’s great to have such bright LEDs. However I mostly don’t do manual shifting, so they are drawing too much attention. So I’ve designed this Revolution LED Dimming Plate.
The amount of dimming is directly related to your choice of filament, just scale the STL in Z direction to accommodate for that. (...)